Recently I was on a retreat with a small group of women and the breakthroughs I had were tremendously powerful and profound for me. Sometimes we just need to give ourselves permission to take that time out, invest in ourselves and be open…however much previous personal, professional and spiritual development we may have done!

One of the things that came out for me was around courage – being vulnerable and opening up about stuff that isn’t necessarily very comfortable but in doing so feeling the weight come off my shoulders and the joy pour back in (along with the tears…)

I talk about this in my first Facebook Live

Fresh from a cycle ride! Be a little bit courageous

And then go on to talk about being present with and really accepting our value in this one:

Live from the Landmark Hotel,

more soon!

with love

Karen xxx

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Latest interview…courtesy of Global Career Qatar, thank you! Women in Qatar – Karen share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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So we all know we want to manifest our dreams, right? I’d love to share my G.R.E.A.T. way to Manifest with you. But what does Manifest actually mean? man·i·fest pronounced – ˈmanəˌfest adjective 1. clear or obvious to the eye or mind. “the system’s manifest failings” (note THE SYSTEM manifest the failings) synonyms: obvious, clear, […]

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The flip side of my previous post about saying “yes” is how to say “no”, and also importantly – when. The other word we, as women, are prone to using to our disadvantage is “yes”. I know this might sound like a contradiction in light of my previous post encouraging the use of “yes” but… […]

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